This easy chair was designed and manufactured in the 1950s. It features a black lacquered beech frame with zebra patterned upholstery. It has been completely restored.
This polished chrome cantilever lounge chair was produced in Norway circa 1960, and is finished in hide leather.
This armchair was manufactured by Tecta in the 1960s. It features a tubular steel and flat steel frame and an aniline leather and hide upholstery. The seat cushion is loose and can be removed.
This model Te-Ve easy chair was designed by Alf Svensson for Ljungs Industrier, Sweden, in the 1950s. This chair is upholstered in a Zebra patterned fabric, and the frame is made from black painted wood.
- Early production Josef Frank easy chair, model 868 - Produced by Svenskt Tenn - Frank was inspired by the lightness of some 18th century chairs when he designed this model in 1938 - This example is from the mid-century and is made of mahogany - Only older versions of this chair are made from mahogany - New cow hide upholstery in white with slight traces of black and grey - Brass decorative nails according to the original design
This two-seater model DS-47 sofa and easy chair were designed by the design team at de Sede and were produced by de Sede in Switzerland during the 1970s. The pieces are made from brown thick bull neck hide and feature a sliding seating part. In a very good vintage condition, with heavy patina. The sofa measures w 140 cm / d 95 - 110 cm / 70 cm, and the chair measurements are below.
- 1960s lounge chair - Model: Barcelona - Designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe - Made by Knoll Inc. - Medium-brown upholstery - Polished chrome structure - Cushions consist of 40 individual panels - Panels were hand-welted & hand-tufted from a single hide - Curved frame - Side & edge upholstery straps were dyed to match upholstery - Museum of Modern Art Award, 1977